Elegant Interface Solutions w/ jQuery
April 16, 2010 - 1:00pm EST
Location: Live Online
jQuery solutions are easy to find on the web. The real difficulty is how do you expose SharePoint data to the solutions. In this workshop, we'll examine ways to expose site data to three very useful interface solutions.
The session begins with a look at some elegant jQuery solutions:
- Image slider, based on the jQuery Tools plugin
- News ticker (derived from the slider)
- Tooltip based on the jQuery Beauty Tips plugin
We'll apply the methods learnt in the two previous workshops to identify the SharePoint content for display, and reformat it. The techniques used include grabbing list SharePoint list data using jQuery, rendering it via a free jQuery plugin, and then deploying the solution within your SharePoint site.
Who is this for?
This workshop is aimed at site administrators and power users
who need to manage and display graphical information in their SharePoint site.
This is the third workshop in a three part series on using jQuery Starter Kit for SharePoint
. It is recommended that you have some experience with jQuery before attempting the solutions in this workshop
. This workshop expands upon the ideas presented in the two previous workshops of this series, but it is not necessary to have taken the previous two.
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About the Presenters
Mark Miller and Christophe Humbert
jQuery Starter Kit for SharePoint
EUSP Live Online Workshop Series is hosted by Mark Miller, Founder and Editor of EndUserSharePoint.com
and Christophe Humbert, Founder of Path to SharePoint.
Mark has over a decade's worth of experience in delivering online presentations. He has created hundreds of screencasts for End User usage of SharePoint. During presentations, Mark faciliates discussion on the context of using his projects so that participants walk away with a functioning solution that can be implemented immediately in their SharePoint sites.
Christophe Humbert is known internationally for his solutions using the Calculated Column to create complex solutions to display information graphically within a SharePoint environment. His other solutions include the Easy Tabs Interface and Color Coded Calendars. Christophe is based in Shanghai.